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erin: now on daybreak, breaking overnight. north korea says it has successfully tested a hydrogen bomb. and now leaders around the world are scrambling to react and determine a course of action. kevin: another cold start to the day but temperatures will start climbing. >> something in my head said to take the gun out of my purse. sean: a manchester woman describes a terrifying situation that ended when she shot the man trying to rob her. erin: lawmakers are going back to work in concord today with some big issues to tackle during the new session. announcer: no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its caption content and accuracy. visit ncicap.org] erin: chilly for kids at the bus stop. good morning. i' m erin fehlau. sean: good morning i'
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, mcdonald. i took the kids sledding. way too quick. kevin: not a stitch of wind out there and should not be much wind out of the southwesterly direction. that sets up milder temperatures. it will not be as cold going forward, we get into the low or mid-30' s. maybe upper 30' s in southeastern areas. this morning, temperatures in a lot of locations away from the coastal plain in the single digits above and below zero and -13 in parts of the north country. looking at a warming trend through the end of the week. we will talk about that in a bit. let' s take a look at your morning ride. we' re joined live by 95.7 wzid' s deb davidson. good morning deb. ,deb: start your car and let it warm up before you head out. we are not seeing any delays on interstate 89 as you make your way from concord to the upper
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89 south looks good at the junction with the 93 merge. construction begins on the amoskeag bridge bridge in manchester at 7:30. . detours will be in place. 93 south in massachusetts is slow in methuen. from the wzid traffic network, i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. erin: the united nations security council will meet today night that it has successfully tested a hydrogen bomb. it could take days to confirm the claims and many experts are questioning the claims but governments around the world are already condemning the action. sean: u.s. officials say they did detect seismic activity near a known north korean nuclear test site. wmur'
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the breaking developments. >> with each nuclear test, the north' s ability to develop a really effective weapon, a warhead increases. reid: mike chinoy, of the u.s.-china institute, laying bare the seriousness of what successful hydrogen bomb test. the reclusive regime released a statement defending the test, s access to h-bomb of justice, standing against the u.s., the legitimate right of a sovereign state." a televised announcement of the test was followed by images of north korean leader kim jong un signing the order for it. the test could take days to confirm, but u.s. officials say they are aware of a seismic event in the vicinity of a known nuclear test site. the u.s. geological survey says the event measured 5.2 -- 5.1 in magnitude. it also set triggered a series of condemnations from regional leaders including south korea and japan. a big step forward for north s military ambitions.
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than the plutonium weapons pyongyang used in previous underground nuclear tests. jasper kim, of the asia-pacific global research group, says the real goal is more attention from the west. >> what north korea really wants is a conversation, recognition, and respect from south korea, but even more from south korea, reid: i' m reid binion, wmur news 9 daybreak. sean: back here at home a woman , who shot a man she says tried to grab her and rob her is speaking out. erin: the 65-year-old woman pulled out a gun when something went wrong on her way home from wmur' s ray brewer is live this victim' s reaction. want to be identified says a car , followed her into her apartment complex on south porter street late monday night. , that' s when he caught up to me
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right in front of me, right in my face. ray: the woman, who does have a permit to carry a concealed weapon, says she pulled a gun out of her purse and put it in then she says the man yelled at her and she got scared and defended herself. >> but then when i saw him reach his left arm out to try and grab me that' s when i pulled the gun , out and i shot him. immediately fell to the ground. ray: police say the woman shot the chest. another person in his car took bontaites to the hospital. he was arraigned yesterday from his hospital bed on a charge of robbery. another person in the car was also charged. the 65-year-old grandmother says that was the first time she has ever fired her gun. reporting live in manchester, ray brewer, wmur news 9. erin: thank you. repairs are underway at a dental office in nashua after a car crashed into the side of the building yesterday. police say an 88-year-old woman
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and rammed into the outside of the reception area. three women working inside heard the collision and had to scramble out of the way. >> there was a big, big bang and we really didn' t know what was going on. we thought it was an earthquake or i thought it was an earthquake or something and then i started to see the wall falling. erin: there' s some damage to the building but thankfully no one was hurt. city officials have checked the building and say there is no structural damage. the dental office is open for business. sean: state lawmakers are going back to work in concord today for the final legislative session of governor maggie hassan' s term. the house will convene at 10:00 this morning and the first major issue facing the chamber is how to deal with the drug and opioid crisis in new hampshire. several recommendations did emerge from a special session that started in november. they will also discuss whether to continue the expansion of medicaid. the next few months under the golden dome could also be interesting as several lawmakers
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for governor and senate. several republican presidential hopefuls are here in the granite state today. john kasich, jeb bush, chris christie, carly fiorina, marco rubio, ted cruz and jim gilmore all have stops planned today. for details on where they will all be, you can go to the politics page of wmur.com. erin: the new hampshire board of dental examiners has joined the boards of medicine and nursing in adopting emergency rules governing the prescribing of opioids. the rules include a detailed informed consent form that includes a discussion of the possible side effects and compliance with federal guidelines. rescue crews in rindge raced to save a deer that fell through the ice on emerson pond last night. fish and game officials say they used a rescue sled to reach the animal and then took it into the woods. conservation officers will head back out this morning to check on the deer to make sure it is ok because there are some concerns that it have been
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sean: sometimes you got to rescue the animals too. still to come on news 9 daybreak, the next powerball drawing is tonight and the jackpot is growing making it one , of the biggest lottery prizes in u.s. history. erin: the american kennel club is adding two new breeds to the official list and they each , offer some attractive qualities. sean: and in the next half hour a huge surprise for a little boy , in pembroke his father surprised him at school after returning from the middle east. you'
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kevin: january 6. for some areas it is as cold as we' ve been.
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feet, you are warmer than yesterday not much. wind and a good deal of sunshine. we talk about the weekend, coming up. erin: archaeologists are celebrating an incredible find in alexandria, virginia. sean: crews excavating for a new hotel along the waterfront discovered the remains of a ship from the time of the revolutionary war. scientists aren' t sure yet if the 50 foot boat was military or cargo but they say it was intentionally scuttled more than 200 years ago in order to help expand the shoreline. historians think there may be dozens of similar buried ships. erin: it will be interesting to see. the american kennel club will now officially recognize two new breeds and allow them to compete in shows. the american hairless terrier is described as lively and inquisitive, though they are calmer than other terrier breeds. they are also very good for people with allergies.
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, hunt large game. they are known for their speed, endurance, grace and reserved demeanors. the american kennel club now recognizes a total of 189 breeds. sean: the jackpot for tonight' s powerball drawing is growing and so is the excitement. ticket sales have surged over the last couple of days, driving the jackpot up to an estimated $450 million. the cash value is more than $275 million. this is the sixth largest jackpot of any u.s. lottery game on record and the 4th largest powerball jackpot. we will have the winning numbers tonight on news 9 at 11:00. hopefully they will be calling my name. erin: this is always when i buy the ticket but i have a better chance when it is not as big. a ticket. coming up donald trump is making , headlines in england. and now lawmakers are getting ready to discuss banning him. sean: plus, imagine being weather we are dealing with right now. it is reality for tens of
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sean: a series of storms is lining up to drench california with as much 15 inches of rain predicted over the next two weeks. the storms are fueled by an especially strong el nio and there are serious concerns for flooding and mudslides. despite the predicted heavy rains, officials say the water deficit in california is so deep following years of drought that they would need storms like this for years to recover. a town in ukraine is facing another very serious problem no , heat. more than 100,000 people on the frontline with russian rebels are without heat and gas after the supply was cut off on sunday. high temperatures yesterday were
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stations have been set up. officials hope to have the gas supply restored by the end of the week. erin: for the second year in a row, malicious acts caused more airline deaths last year than accidents. according to flight global. there were just 8 accidental airline crashes last year , killing 161, people the lowest both numbers have been since 1946. but hundreds of people were killed when an airliner was deliberately flown into a mountainside in the french alps and a russian airliner exploded over egypt. experts say airline operations are nearly five times safer now than they were 20 years ago. thousands of vacant homes and buildings in baltimore will be demolished over the next 4 years to address urban decay. the neighborhood where freddie gray was arrested and fatally injured. the plan is part of an effort to make room for affordable housing, businesses and parks. it also includes hundreds of millions of dollars in financing options for private sector
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sean: it seems that donald trump is quite a divisive figure on the other side of the pond. britain' s parliament will debate an online petition later this month calling for trump to be banned from britain for what supporters call hate speech. nearly 570,000 britons have signed the petition. about 40,000 have signed an opposing petition calling for him not to be banned. british lawmakers are required to consider for debate any official petition that reaches 100,000 signatures. erin: thanks to the cold weather this week, mcintyre ski area in manchester is finally opening today. the mild temperatures in december forced them to push back opening day by more than a week. but they have been making snow and the slopes will be open today from 3:00 until 9:00. >> we' re just really excited to have all of our season pass holders and guests to come and enjoy the white snow and get out there and ski and ride and tubing will be following up in a
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all ski lessons at mcintyre will start this weekend and the after school program will begin next week. delayed by a week with milder temperatures, they have not been able to make snow. kevin: it is tough to kick in winter full floors consistently all the way. it needs a gradual process. still out there early this morning. we start to moderate and by midafternoon, a lot of areas will be above average. normal average high around concord between 30 and 32. around 35 or 36 later today. expecting sunshine across the area and a light wind out of the west and southwest direction as opposed to the north of late. so that means the cold starts to give way later. we continue to stay with temperatures in the 30' s through the end of the week and into this weekend where we will have
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a better chance of precipitation sunday. likely as that arrives sunday, that will the rainfall. extra clouds through southern parts of canada. an area of high pressure is in control of our area and not going anywhere for the next two or three days. temperatures will be allowed to jump quickly. in coos county, well below zero. 17 in portsmouth. usually modified air starts to come in first. you notice the wind direction out of the west and southwest direction, that helps send temperatures back. in a lot of locations we are 10 or 15 degrees warmer later on, which could push temperatures into the 30' s and southeast areas and above freezing in
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in the far northern reaches of coos, you are around 30 degrees by this afternoon. a lot of sunshine across the area. not quite as cold. in the teens to near 20 degrees tomorrow, seasonably chilly. into the 30' s with mostly sunny skies. partly sunny friday. then as we get to the weekend, we noticed clouds drifting in. with an onshore wind, more clouds and sunshine for saturday with the risk of a passing shower. would not cancel outdoor plans saturday. sunday by late morning and into the afternoon, the next system is centered in the evening with a chance it looks like it would be rainfall. we continue to moderate through the afternoon. a couple mornings in the teens. a few single digits up north.
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rain more likely sunday afternoon and sunday night. that is the large system we will see over the next several days. cooler air next week. and more active pattern in the foreseeable future seems to be there, not yet. sean: my snowblower is ready this time. it was not last time. erin: we want to check our top stories. north korea says it has successfully tested a hydrogen bomb. while that has not been officially confirmed yet the , u.n. security council is holding an emergency meeting we want to check in with ray brewer. woman who shot a man in the chest is speaking out. she says the man approached her at her apartment complex on night. he caught up to her and reached and shot him. 23-year-old michael bontaites
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he was arraigned from his hospital bed on a charge of robbery. erin: state lawmakers are going back to work today. the house enters into session this morning and the first major issue they have to tackle is how to address the drug and opioid crisis in new hampshire. sean: coming up on daybreak. the music is going to the dogs, but that' s the point. a musician in new york just put
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sean: a musician put on a very special performance in new york' s times square this week. erin: look at this. laurie anderson called it a concert for dogs. canines were given priority seating right next to the speakers. they were howling away. the music was performed at a low, dog friendly frequency while people had to listen in using wireless headphones.
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concert years ago in australia. a concert for dogs. sean: do you think they like it? it was crowded. many people make snow forts during the winter but not like this. erin: my house looks like this sean: in our front yard. sean: with mascots? erin: the annual harbin international festival just opened in china. it features massive and elaborate snow and ice sculptures. the centerpiece this year is a 167 foot tall castle that is set to break the record for the world' s largest and highest snow sculpture. millions of people check out the festival each year. how cool does that look? amazing. sean: unbelievable stuff. there are doing the ice castle here this year. i still want to see the front yard with kids dancing as mascots. coming up a massachusetts mother , is facing charges after leaving her baby son alone in a freezing car this week for about 10 minutes. erin: and the bruins are
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announcer: no one covers new hampshire like we do. now, wmur news 9 daybreak. erin: good morning, it' s wednesday, january 6. beautiful sky out there. really cold in the teens in portsmouth. it' s going to get warmer out there. sean: a different field later on that right now is cold. first, our top stories. we are following breaking news out of north korea. the u.n. security council is holding an emergency meeting today to discuss the country' s
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tested a hydrogen bomb. manchester police say a would-be robber is in the hospital after the woman he was allegedly trying to hold up shot him in the chest. and an investigation is underway this morning into what caused a deadly fire at a home on 10 rod road in farmington. erin: we are easing into the cold weather. it is going to get a little more mild? kevin: we moderate after this morning and eventually set up a quiet pattern through the end of the week. sunshine and light wind working in our favor after another cold start. single digits above and below zero in a lot of areas. some areas of elevation, even towards the coast, in the double digits above zero. full sunshine into the afternoon. erin: bundle up the kids this morning. a cold one. here' s a live look at from our 93 hooksett camera.
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for a look at the morning drive . the granite state we' re joined , live by 95.7 wzid' s deb davidson. good morning deb. ,deb: a crash just happened on the everett turnpike southbound. just before the bedford tolls, use caution because traffic is beginning to back up. in about an hour we see some delays on the northbound side of 293 because crews will begin working on the amoskeag bridge bridge again. motorists are urged to use an alternate route. into massachusetts, 93 south heavy into boston and route three is heavy from 495 to concord road. from the wzid traffic network, i' m deb davidson for 95.7 wzid. sean: now to that breaking news we' ve been following out of north korea. erin: the country is claiming
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hydrogen bomb. the news is drawing international condemnation. and today, the u.n. security council is planning to hold an emergency meeting on the issue. nikole killion is in washington this morning to tell us how the white house is reacting. t confirm north korea' s nuclear test but it notes the u.s. is aware of seismic activity on the korean peninsula in the same area where other tests have been conducted. the reported quake registered as a magnitude 5.1. pyongyang made the announcement on state television that it successfully conducted a hydrogen bomb test underground after its president signed an order. >> what north korea really wants is a conversation, recognition and respect from south korea, but even more from south korea, from the united states. nikole: south korea called the test a grave provocation and the united nations plans to hold an emergency security council meeting later today. in washington, i' m nikole killion, wmur news 9. erin: manchester police say a woman fought back against a would-be robber by shooting him in the chest. sean: the 65-year-old woman was on her way home from work monday night when she says a man, a
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her. that' s when she pulled out her gun and opened fire. ray brewer joins us live in manchester now. and ray, is there any word on the condition of the suspect? ray: police are telling us the suspect suffered a non-life-threatening gunshot wound to his chest and was arraigned yesterday afternoon from his hospital bed. this all began monday night when the alleged victim says a car pulled up quickly behind her at a stop light. >> i just got a weird feeling. ray: a 65-year-old woman, who did not want to be identified, says she left work just after 11:30 monday night stopped at a gas station on south willow street and then started driving home. she says a suspicious car followed her into her apartment complex on south porter street. and stopped close by to where she parked. >> someting in my head said to take the gun out of my purse. ray: with her hand on the gun in her coat pocket, she headed
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looking behind her, she saw a man following her. >> 10 feet from the front stairs that' s when he caught up to me and he came around me and stood my face. but then when i saw him reach me that' s when i pulled the gun , out and i shot him. ray: the woman does have a valid concealed weapon permit. police say the gunshot hit the suspect, 23-year-old michael bontaites, in the chest. >> as soon as i shot him, he immediately fell to the ground. ray: a woman who was one of the people in the car bontaites was riding in picked him off the ground while yelling at the 65-year-old grandmother. hospital. ray: the car then sped off and the alleged victim ran into the building, calling 911. as officers were responding, another manchester police officer identified bontaites as he entered the emergency room at elliot hospital.
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charged with robbery. another person in the car he took him to the emergency room was arrested, zachary boyd, charged with being a felon in possession of a knife. reporting live in manchester, ray brewer, wmur news 9. sean: thanks. fire officials are trying to figure out what sparked a fire in farmington that left one man dead. the flames broke out yesterday morning at a house on 10 rod road. when the police chief arrived on the scene, he says 3 people, including at least one child, were standing outside. they told him that someone went back into the burning house and had not come out. >> we were yelling and trying to get someone to come to us if they were able, unfortunately we didn' t get any response and were driven back by the heavy smoke in the fire. sean: a man' s body was later found upstairs, where it is believed the fire started. at this time, the victim' s name is not being released. erin: state leaders, presidential candidates and treatment advocates gathered in manchester yesterday to talk about curbing addiction in new
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the forum on addiction and the heroin epidemic was held at southern new hampshire university. along with activists who attended was kriss blevens. her stepdaughter, amber, died in 2014 after overdosing on heroin. today blevens is bringing her story to washington, d.c., where she and her husband will speak before congress. >> she was one of the more 300 lost that year and i' ve become a voice and an advocate. her life, her death, and her vibrant spirit now speak through me to help those who cannot speak for themselves anymore. erin: blevens wants to extend the hours of a recovery center in amber' s name to 24/7. but in order to do that she needs funding for overnight staffing. sean: the new hampshire services is getting to help $150 million lower health care costs and strengthen substance abuse care.
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s office and dhhs says the state will receive up to $30 million annually for 5 years. the money will be used to strengthen the state' s behavioral health system, mental health and substance abuse care. erin: two people suffered minor injuries when a pickup truck collided with a school bus in campton yesterday afternoon. the accident happened at the intersection of routes 49 and 175. witnesses told officers the truck was turning left when it crossed into the path of the bus. no students were on board. sean: there was not a single dry eye in a pembroke classroom yesterday when a first-grader got a major surprise. >> i think he' s going to like yell and hopefully, hug me. sean: staff sergeant dana osborne surprised his 6-year-old son, declan, at the pembroke village school. osborne returned home on friday from his third deployment as a full-time national guardsman.
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i missed you. s teacher says this was the quietest he' s even been. he probably was in shock. after the surprise, dad and son skipped out of school and little early to spend time together. can you imagine what is going on in his head? erin: when you are at circle time, you do not expect your dad to pop out. sean: pleasantly shocked. erin: great to see. coming up president obama has , outlined his executive actions we' ll tell you how new hampshire gun owners are reacting to the new measures. sean: and many of you may have heard of the lumosity app. well now, the company behind it has been fined for claiming it can improve brain function. kevin: we watch the arctic chill move away. changes for the weekend. you'
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on average, it takes three hundred americans working for a solid year, to make as much money as one top ceo. it's called the wage gap. and the republicans will make it worse by lowering taxes for those at the top and letting corporations write their own rules. hillary clinton will work to close the wage gap. equal pay for women to raise incomes for families, a higher minimum wage, lower taxes for the middle class. she gets the job done for us. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. rascal. paces, pushes. but, unlike some, his state is now booming. john kasich has proven he can do the job. brought back jobs from mexico
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kevin: 12 below early this morning. one of the colder spots yesterday after getting to 20 below zero there. milder conditions each of the
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sunshine around after this cold start. all the details on that and the changes as we work our way towards the weekend, coming up. sean: once you get to 10 below it is all the same. president obama was both tearful and frustrated as he outlined executive actions regarding gun control yesterday. erin: the president wiped away tears as he talked about the children killed in the shooting at sandy hook elementary school in connecticut. he announced a 10-point plan that includes expanding background checks requiring all , gun dealers to be licensed, overhauling the fbi' s background check system and increasing the use of mental health information for checks. president obama each time this : comes up, we are fed the excuse that common sense reforms, like background checks, might not have stopped the last massacre or the one before that or the one before that. so, why bother trying? i reject that thinking.
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association says the president' s executive actions are, quote, ripe for abuse. and would not have prevented any of the mass shootings that he mentioned during his announcement. sean: those new gun control measures are not sitting too well with some new hampshire gun owners. the u.s. attorney in new hampshire says law abiding gun owners have nothing to worry about. he says authorities will be taking a close look at unlicensed, unlawful sellers. but some gun owners say they are not so sure it will keep guns out of the wrong hands. >> if they buy it out of a back of a van or a stolen gun and its not going to make a bit of difference to them people. >> so long as they don' t infringe on our rights or tell us what guns we can and cannot have, i all for stricter laws. am sean: the acting u.s. attorney says it could take a few months before they know the full impact this order will have on the new hampshire office. erin: the weare board of
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unusual gift to the police department. the anonymous donation of several bushmaster m-4 rifles. the department eliminated long-range firearms two years ago, after a suspect was shot and killed during a drug bust. realized officers did not have the right tools in case of an active shooter situation. he says the guns will not be used right away. every officer must first complete a nationally certified training course. the town consulted attorneys to make sure the donation was legal under state law. sean: a massachusetts mother is facing charges this morning after police say she left her 8-month old baby alone inside a freezing cold car. officers say a woman heard the baby crying from a car that was parked at the wrentham outlets. she called 911 and by the time police arrived, the mother was back at the car. the 27-year-old mom told the officers she left her baby boy alone for about 10 minutes. she also said she was confused about the laws regarding leaving a child unattended in a car and
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barrier. >> we' cultures, but most of us are parents and i think regardless of where you are from, you don' t it should pretty much be instinctual that you don' in the car in extreme temperatures of any kind. sean: the baby was taken to the hospital as a precaution. his mom is now charged with child endangerment. erin: a california company will have to pay a two million dollar fine for claiming it can improve the lumosity app was also billed as a tool to fire up academic performance and fight diseases like dementia. but the federal trade commission says the claims mislead consumers, because there is no science to back them up. lumos labs will now have to give customers an easy way to end their subscriptions, but it will not have to admit any wrongdoing. sean: let' s talk sports. the bruins took on the washington capitols at the garden last night. the bruins came in with 4 losses in five games.
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between these two teams. in the second period, adam mcquaid was slammed in to the boards by zach sill. no penalty was called. mcquaid had to be helped off the ice and did not return. also in the second, the capitols scored on a power play, putting washington ahead 2-0. boston got it back a couple minutes later, but the bruins came up short and the capitols ended up winning it 3-2. that makes five losses in six game for the b' s. this is the first time that has happened in almost six years. erin: attention, unh hockey fans, the wildcats' schedule is about to get really tough. there are 15 games to go in the regular season, all of them against hockey east teams. of the 15 games, 9 are against the top 4 teams in hockey east. get ready to see a lot of notre dame, providence, boston college and b.u. it all starts this friday night with the number one team in the league, umass lowell. sean: a high school basketball
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after a confrontation with a -- will likely face disciplinary with a referee last night. the coach was caught on camera, apparently head-butting the ref after a foul call. the coach was ejected from the game. the ref was not seriously hurt. announcer: now, your storm watch 9 forecast. erin: beautiful shot at hampton degrees out there. beautiful morning, look at that. kevin: one of the warm spots along with higher elevations through the metadata knock -- mattananock region. high temperatures in the 30' s. mount washington 10 degrees. a breeze but it will be light for the rest of us around 5-10 miles per hour out of a west and afternoon. clear skies limning to our north through southern parts of
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clouds that might try to dive in across northern parts of the state, the northern three or sunny days for us. uniform. today we are all over the place depending mainly on elevation. in lower lying valleys, between zero and 10. some areas in the midteens closer to the shoreline. 18. some milder air out there. lower valleys where temperatures are between zero and five with temperatures. coldest we' ve seen has been 12 below through the north country. most areas in the 30' s, 30 to 38 this afternoon. far northern areas may have a few clouds trying to make their way in. clear skies tonight but the air
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overnight lows will not be as cold as this morning. single digits up north and teens and their 20 degrees for otherwise. morrow, mostly sunny. temperatures in the 30' s. a couple southern spots that make a run at near 40 degrees in the afternoon. partial sunshine friday. later into friday evening, a southeasterly push to the wind starts to bring clouds in and it is a cloudy sky for a good part of this weekend. risk of a passing shower with a weak system approaching. looks like the larger system comes in sunday afternoon and sunday night. that likely gives us rain. back into the 30' s today so it will feel better with sunshine through the afternoon. not as cold as we dropped back to near 20 along the coastal plain. moderating trend to the
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adding clouds by the end of the week. by the weekend, highs in the 30' s saturday and rain likely sunday. thank you to the third grade teachers and students who has visited yesterday to talk about the weather. we went over the water cycle, different types of clouds and whether instruments. they were anxious for me to wear my snowflake tie, which i have not broken out yet for obvious reasons. i told them in the future we should be wearing that on television. that is the nod to the potential snow day possibility. that' s the way i speak, imd student whisperer. they know they need to do their homework. erin: the only snow that is happening is on vacation. check out this amazing sight captured by the hubble space telescope. this photo shows two galaxies merging into one. nasa says the new galaxy is located about 230 million light
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constellation. which you know well. sean: i am a space efficient auto. erin: still ahead, a final check of your top stories. a surprise for a would-be robber in manchester. police say a woman fought back and shot him in the chest. our u local hotshot, this moose submit your own pictures. this is where i am supposed to cross, this is where i cross.
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erin: 6:50 five. updating our top stories sean: manchester police say a woman fought back against a would-be robber by shooting him in the chest. here' s ray brewer. ray: the 65-year-old woman says the man approached her on her apartment complex on south porter street monday night.
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23-year-old michael bontaites. he was arraigned from his hospital bed yesterday on a charge of robbery. erin: fire officials are trying to figure out what sparked a fire in farmington that left one man dead. the flames broke out yesterday morning at a house on 10 rod road. at this time, the victim' s name is not being released. sean: repairs are underway at a dental office in nashua after a car crashed into the side of the building yesterday. police say an 88-year-old woman hit the gas instead of the brake. no one was hurt and the office is still open for business. erin: state lawmakers are going back to work today. the house enters into session this morning and the first major issue they have to tackle is how to address the drug and opioid crisis in new hampshire. kevin: another cold morning. single digits above and below zero. up in elevation, temperatures in the teens.
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that is a sign that this is the end of this. sunshine through friday, we dodge a shower saturday and chance of rain with temperatures in the 40' s sunday. sean: we want snow at this time of year. erin: coming up next on "good morning america," the latest on that breaking news we' ve been following out of north korea. the country claims that it successfully tested a hydrogen bomb last night. sean: they picked it up on the
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